Mets GM Brodie Van Wagenen is not kidding about marking previous Yankees reliever David Robertson, he may wind up in an offering war with the World Series champs.
With closer Craig Kimbrel looking for big arrangement and reliever Joe Kelly additionally a free specialist, the Red Sox are emphatically considering adding Robertson to their warm-up area, as indicated by the New York Post.
“They are substantial on him,” a source with information of Boston’s free-operator designs said of Robertson, the Post revealed.
The Mets are hoping to additionally reinforce their warm-up area in the wake of obtaining All-Star nearer Edwin Diaz from the Mariners in the blockbuster Robinson Cano exchange prior this month.
MLB.com’s Mark Feinsand provided details regarding Sunday that the Mets, Dodgers and Red Sox are among a few groups keen on marking Robertson.
The 33-year-old Robertson recorded a 3.23 ERA (2.97 FIP) and 91 strikeouts in 69.2 innings with the Yankees this past season.
SNY’s Andy Martino has announced that the Mets are additionally seeking after Andrew Miller in free office. Mill operator, a previous Yankee, and Red Sox reliever, is falling off a down season loaded up with wounds.